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FIAT Reviews

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Good: Funky looks and desirable image. Faithful to original. Easy to drive in town. TwinAir and Multijet emit less than 100g/km. Suspension improved from 2010.
Bad: Not as good to drive or as practical as a Volkswagen Up or Hyundai i10. 1.2-litre petrol engine sluggish but economical. Dualogic best avoided.
Good: Characterful and charismatic. Funky retro look inside and out. Fun TwinAir engine.
Bad: Cramped inside for 6 footers. Not much room in the back. TwinAir struggles to match official economy. Rear visibility poor with the roof retracted.
Good: Unique looks. Some fun cabin flourishes. Tall and spacious. Cheap to run with the right engine. Good safety
Bad: Lower-priced engines are uneconomical and slow, suspect cabin quality. Expensive further up the range.
Good: Stylish crossover that's easy to drive and surprisingly practical. Impressive ride comfort. Firefly engine is excellent.
Bad: Steering lacks feel. High spec versions are pricey. Rear leg room is limited.
Good: Huge space. Massively practical. Great diesel engines. Decent ride quality and hardwearing interior.
Bad: Can be noisy especially under hard acceleration. Styling not to everyone's taste. Lacks refinement.
Good: Good value. Comfortable on the move. Impressive diesel engines. Big improvement on old Doblo. Available as a dropside.
Bad: Noisy on the motorway.
Good: Tight turning circle. Comfortable cabin with room for three. Strong 2.3-litre diesel engine.
Bad: Noisy engines. Disappointingly no ESP as standard until April 2013. Sluggish semi-automatic gearbox.
Good: Surprisingly good performance from small diesel. Good quality interior. Less than four metres long so easy to slot into small spaces and ideal for town.
Bad: Not really suited to longer journeys. Noisy at higher speeds.
Good: Based on the Mitsubishi L200. 3.1 tonne towing capacity. Strong 2.4-litre diesel engine.
Bad: Some versions are more expensive than their Mitsubishi counterparts. Ride can get uncomfortable on rough roads. Noisy five-speed auto gearbox.
Good: New Panda has a softer shape and less boxy look. 1.2-litre or TwinAir engines. More upmarket interior. Good headroom. Softer suspension than previous Panda.
Bad: Not as cheap as you would expect. Rear seat does not double fold and leave a flat floor. Zero points in 2018 Euro NCAP crash test.
Good: Improvement in ride comfort. Outstandingly capable off road and in snow. Well equipped. Charming.
Bad: Disappointing Real MPG from TwinAir. Relatively expensive. Rear diffs still spring oil leaks.
Good: Cheap and compact MPV with twin sliding side doors. Practical with 2500 litre capacity. Suitable for wheelchair conversion.
Bad: Ride quality is far from brilliant. Diesels are noisy. No thrills and van-like interior.
Good: Based on impressive Renault Trafic, easy to drive, strong diesel engines.
Bad: Standard equipment is a little thin, will only carry 1.2 tonnes, lacks the advanced safety tech of its rivals.
Good: Comfortable and easy to drive. Spacious. Sturdily built. Good value. £5k less than an equivalent Golf.
Bad: Not the best engines in the class. Tiny touchscreen system. Less gadgets than the similar Nissan Pulsar. Advanced safety tech is optional.
Good: Good value. Practical load area and rear seats. Easy to drive. Good level of standard kit.
Bad: Engine range isn't great. Does nothing outstanding. Best safety gear is optional.
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